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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: .TTTTRSDAV. MARCH 1. lOOfi.
KIXETY MILLIONS IN CUT-OFF !
Divisible Surplui Distributed by Union
Pacific to Common Stockholder.
COMPANY ACTS TO AVOID LAW SUIT
Holder nf Common Threaten Action
Mild Power I'lan to Make A
liortlonmcnt In Script
Instead of I null.
Pressed fnv ni'llun by common stock
holilf -ifi, i'nion I'aiitli- Interests are work- j
Ii.r out n plan for a listrltutli.n of the Ulvls-
lb lo surpiu. uniountlim to t '".' wlileli
may net emjli Imhler i:t eonnium stock 135
h slmrr. 1'hwits Hnmnu; the cotninon Htock- i
li.)nl r threaten I'-rhI action KKalnst Hie
fitiifjany II this distribution in delayed lie-
yond the end of the ire?ent llseal jcar.
June ). No time has been ait for Hie j
consummation of the transaction, but ll !
In the belief in financial circle the I'nloti
Pacific will a Its way clear to complete
the lml by thu liritt of July.
The, principle Tor which the common
nioi khulders ti re contending is the rljtnt lo
ieceve anil own the divisible surplus or ;
the company, and the cuinpiiay's concea-
sion will be a recognition of tills principle.
Including the proceed or the H.ile of the
Ureat Northern and Northern Pucllic '
stocks ami "rights" and the n?t surplus j
Mfter dividends lor the six months ciuliiitj j
Iicn-mlxr 31. I'M, are made, the divisible j
surplus is osiimulcil at :K),0.0'. The
plun, ho Tnr as known, calls for a payment j
of a scrU dividend of between oT and 4U
per cent In l iiion Pacific 4 per cent pre-
ferred stock. j
In view of the fact that the I'nion Pacific
needs nl least $7j,Un,Jrt In cash for the '
completion of work outlined lor the next j
two jcars and finally to absorb its shares 1
In the l."s Aimeles. Mall Lake Pedro, j
together with the lad that t lie L'nlon l'a- ,
c I lie will be pit) Inn only about :i.unc.mx a:
y ar for the. upc of the entire surplus fund i
obtained rum the profits on the oriaitiul I
Northern Pacific purchase prnllls nmount- i
InK to $xii,ipihi,ijiii-ii(. advantage, of a scrip j
distribution ovi r u cash dlstribullim Is ,
tipparciit lo tin siocklioldcrs, and they
therefore lavot Hie plan adopted by Hie '
Rule on ProUiifc.
Tim Wabash bus announced a rate which
Will greatly affect the Omaha, butter, egg
and poultry niuikil. but what that effect '.
will be Hie railroads and col Isslon men '
aro now flKurluK out. The road has an
nounced ll will protect Hie through rale on
butter, i-kks and poultry, through the
Oniulm market, to stop in Omaha not tn
exceed twelve months.
Hefore President Roosevelt delivered his ,
last message to emigres which stirred tip
late mutters it had been the custom to
concentrate hotter and eggs and poultry
in the cold storage houses of Omaha, col
lecting; from the neighboring towns, anil ,
then to ship east In carload lots, the com
panies rebating to the shippers. All the ;
roads did this, but when the Agitation ;
started the pruitice was stopped and tho ;
Omaha market suffered. The Wabash now !
has announced It will protect the through 1
rate, which means It will publish n rate '
whereby these products may be loncen-
trated in Omaha and then forwarded with- ;
out a violation of the law.
Boost for .Summer Travel.
Itallroads will unite with the hotel keep- !
ers of California to promote the summer '
travel to the coast and the hotel men are to
make less titan one-half the winter rates
for all summer tourists. A dally rate of
iw for the round trip will be made to
Portland and the TMigct Hound country and
to California, nnd a. trip to both will be
iiiadn by paying an additional Jli...
'People have got the summer habit."
said 1. W. Wakeley, general passenger
agent of the Burlington, "nnd the railroads
will assist them to cultivate that habit.
More and more each year the people of
this country nre learning the advantages
of traveling; In the I'nlted States over that
offered " ll) any Rnropenn country and
the west Is Jhe place the tourists art
flocking to. "flie Portland exposition last
year was an eye opener to the railroads
and tha rourts were quick to profit. New
trains have leen added and better accom
modations furnished all along the route.
Last year one pounty In Nebraska fur- !
ntshed over ) coast travelers. Farmers, j
teachera, students, business men and edu- j
catnra. all want to travel In the summer, j
and when they learn they can live In these
California palaces In the summer for less i
than one-half tho winter rates they will
continue to flock to the coast."
Ilate Will Re Ignored.
Other Omaha-Chicago railroads have
agreed not to meet the reduced rate of
tho Wabash and flreat Western on corn
for export via the Atlantic seaboard. They
have, agreed to stand by tho published
tariff which la a combination of the two
locals and 1 cent higher than the rate of
2m cents of the Great Western to Balti
more or the rate of 23 cents of the Wabash
to New York. The roads have been arguing
over the division of the rate for some
mouths and have finally agreed to let the
rate stand anil to arcept tho grain which
Will le compelled lo move over other roads
because the Wnbnsh and Great Western
cannot handle It.
Resolution on the Milwaukee.
This resolution was passed by the Board
of Directors of the Omaha Grain exchange
at a meeting Tuesday:
Whereas, The Chicago. Milwaukee & 8t.
VmuI Hallway company, seemingly not
peine: suiisttcu with tho Injury Inflicted a
Unit time ago In discriminating against
this market and t lie welfare of Omaha in
making lower rates on grain from Kansas
City than from Omaha to the Atlantic
ports, is now doing all it can In various
'! to prevent grain from coming to this
market iioni points on its road In Iowa;
W hereas. The Milwaukee company has a
large business in and out of Omaha and
should certainly show u spirit of fairness;
therefore, be it
It. -solved, That the heavy shippers be
advis.il of the attitude of said company
and what it is doing and the injurious ef-l.-cl
it will have on this grain market and
Omaha lit general.
MEAT FOR THE PHILIPPINES
Canned Goods Shipped to Soldiers
ot Indicative of Any Fresh
Trouble Demanding Troops.
A contract has just been awarded to the
C'udahy Packing company for 70,000 cans
of meats of different kinds by Captain T.
, 11. Hacker, thief purchasing commissary,
for lb use of the I'nited States army in
the Philippines. There is no significance
in tha contract, it laing merely the current
miscellaneous supplies for the army in
A shipment of a carload each of corned
VW a J
U Oali earn, 1 lor X Cento
CLULTT. PCACOOY U CO.
Jfoari of gl am iuMr SlUrU
New Spring Arrivals
Ladies' Suits, Coats
The new tailored suits for spring at
ifli.98 pony coats and
etons, new circular skirts,
the new high colors a
special lot, at
Ladies' Covert Coats The lead
ing styles for 1906 new
box coats pony coats, etc.
lined and unlined,
smartly tailored, at
Ladies' New Cravenette Coats
for ltttitt All the leading shades
and styles, Including the new. tour-
inii car Btyles. made wlth"",,,
with wide turn down lfl')50
rnllur vprv full rmck. I
r etc., at
Two Special Bara-ins in Spring Waists.
LADIES' )AP SILK WAISTS With I WSH WASfS -All mw made
Uft inttrtumx, etc.,
sltoii or Uiif
of ii'r, dain'if ichitt fabrics i acorn uf
2.98 1 :;"::mM"":'"".98c$i.5o
LADIES' SILK 1KTTI CO ATS Smart Nw Style lVUlcoat in new
pinks, rose, Alice blues, reseda greens, etc i harming
new ruflled and corded effocts same quality of silk
as is found in ten and twelve dollar
OMAHA SvEATHKIt FORECAST Thiimtlnjr, Fair arttl Warmer.
I l l ,11 w JJ I
JJ GREEN TRADING STAMPS EVERY TIME 1
Ashley Bailey Silks worth up to $1.50 a yard
69c, 59c. 49c, and
j Chips, 10c lb.
St and t0 Dtpt
THE RELIABLE STORE
10c Per Pound
5t and 10c Dtpt
ADVANCE SEASON SALE OF
LADIES' SPRING MILLINERY
Early arrival of many oj
spring millinery enable us
to make a special showing
CliariiiinK Spring Millinery In
chiding the new high crown sail
ors that will certainly lead every
thing iu popularity this season.
New trimmings of
flowers and foliage
a variety of new
est effects will go
Street Hats and Dress Hats at
12.50 All new styles made In
our own workrooms by
all latest styles, at ... .
our swellest effects in
MeTceTzed TabUDama.k 25c Yd BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
A specially nice lot of fine mercerized Table Damask in mil i
remnants mostly two yards and over in
length the quality is better than we have
ever offered and is worth up to 75c a yard.
Thursday on bargain square at, vard
r ; Silk Neck Ruchmgs 6 in a box 500 of
these boxes dainty, new 6tvle3. a box
HANDSOME UNMADE ROBES
All new effects in cotton net robes, ' black silk lace jiet and
batiste embroidered lace and
embroidery department, at
lv rv r i 1 1 itu v I I nilVl
.5.50 Z $25
Ashley-Bailey Silk Sale
More and more silks from our immense purchase of the New
York auction stock are being brought forward. Thosii
nrp hi npw snrnic IflOii. silks in h stnrp nf
-I- - - , j - - -
Hie most desirable patterns. Wholesale
price at Ashley & Bailey Co. was up to
87 lc a yard, at
Silks that Ashley & Hailey p.
BLACK DRESS GOODS
Specia.1 Bargains for Thursday.
Black Panamas, dust proof, crisp finish Crepe Egypt a a beautiful
soft fabric for dressy gowns mohair tamise. extra fine, beautiful
lustre, invisible checked Panamas, plain serges and twills, admirably
adapted for separate skirts, worth up to $1.00 a yard. 'tOt
Thursday only, a yard tJ.
46 inch chiffon finished Panamas and Batistes, Just the right weight
for spring and summer wear, cheap at $1.25 yard, 7 C
Thursday only, a yard I
54 Inch Rope Panamas t '
4 0 inch Extra fine Chiffon Panamas Thursday 'sD 1 1
48 inch Imperial Twills p Y I
46 Inch Tamise. Batiste. Henrietta and Voiles. I er iara
actual value $1.50 a yard J
Colored Dress Goods Bargain. One Day SaJe Only
54 inch dust proof Sicilian in browns, navys, reds and blacks. CC1
nice high lustre, worth $1 yard Thursday, a yard JJ
COXT1M KI) SALK OF KMBKOIIIKIUKS Thousand yards of our big
lot of new embroideries sold: many excellent values left in
enormous lot; on sale again Thursday, a yard, 10c, and. . . JC
BEAl'TIVIL LACK FOK WAISTS Fifteen pieces of pretty Para
guay, English Twine and Cluny Allover Laces in creams, ecrus and
white just the proper idea for dainty waists. This lot IQn
worth to 'l a yard, while they last, a yard, 39c, 25c and 1C
PItKTTV DHKSS TKIMMIXUS CHEAP A big importer's stock of
fancy Venetian Appliques, Bands and Edges, Wash Laces, Bands
and Appliques creams, ecrus and white hundreds of patterns
to select from, every yard worth from S5c to 75c C
sale price Thursday, a yard, 25c and IJC
HOS1EKV SPECIAL TUl'KSDAY Ladies' and children's pluin cot
ton Maco Hose, double spliced heel and toe, every pair f
warranted fast dye. special, a pair UC
LADIES' VXIOX Sl'ITS CHEAP The celebrated Marode Cnlon Suits,
medium weight, low neck, long. sleeves, worth $1.00 a fiO
suii this sale only QJC
Pretty New otton Goods.
HEXLEV SEHGE The new and most popular Spring Suiting ft
lias all the appearance of a wool serge, Thursday, yd.. only.iUC
50 pieces of wool finished Batiste in very pretty floral designs, f Q
Persian patterns and little checks and dots, yard, only IOC
Irish Linnette in colors and white, one of the very newest p
fabrics for spring suits, a yard, only I JC
75 pieces of Cheviot Shirting, in very pretty stripes, small 111
figures and checks, Thursday, a yard G
1,500 New Spring' Coats
to go on sale Thursday txt very lowest prices.
LADIES' AMI MISSES' BOX COVERT JACKETS Loose back and
front with rows of stitched straps down the back and front, T r
ueat cufT, with and without collar, finished off with braid, at.
LADIES' TIGHT KITT1XO COYEHT JACKET Satin lined C QC
throughout, with or without collar, very neatlv tailored, at. D
LADIES' MEDIO! LEXCJTH BOX COVEKT COAT Loose CPA
back and front, finished with stitching, unlined, at D.O)
LADIES' AXD MISSES' COVEKT BOX JACKET Verv neat stripe
strapped down the front and back, stitched pockets. '
nicely tailored .5U
An elegant Covert Cloth Jacket, satin lined throughout, 'stitched cuffs
and pockets, a good value; we have them tight fitting
and loose backs, at $8.90 and S,JO
Newest Styles in Spring Dress.
The great 'display of spring suits and covert coaU in our eloafc depart-
; nient Is deserving of particular notice. Not only have we the largest stock,
I but the variety of now style Ideas Is unmatchable. Thousands of new gar.
j ments now shown and many more arriving dally. Our New York resident
I buyer, keeping us supplied with the latest distinctiveness in design and ex
ceptional beauty in fabrics and finish are features of this display.
AS SPECIALS FOIl TIU IISDAY.
HANDSOME TAILOIl St ITS In eton, Pony, In
blouse styles, In all newest, shadoca and materials
for spring, 250 garments to select from, worth up
to S35.00 Oft
Special Thursday JLit,J3
.VOO TAILOIl Sl'ITS In all newest htyles, Pa
cial values Xr. 1.1ETA VBUK CMF SHRETA
iiamas, Chiffons, Voiles, Broad-' Q fA
cloths, etc., very special values,, at 10U
FIXE TAIMIIl Sl'ITS In four distinct stylos in
all popular colors and materials. f .1 QA
$ 2 it values, exceptional barguln. at . , .'. IV'U
$13.00 STYLISH COYEHT COATS.
Now being shown In our cloak department.
No llll Y NEW COATS In thrw different a (tr
. styles, good value at $7.50 Thursday . . . nt.JD
HANDSOME COYEHT COATS In all newest at. ilea,
attractively priced at $7.50, $10, ( tf
$12.50. $15. U0 it)) to a.U,UU
Don't fail to cv our line before buying.
Women's $15.00 Cravenettes
Other special cravenette values
at $15.00. $ix.0o, $20.00 and
! Woiui'ii's walking xkiris
mi i. iitl
Stylish skirts worth up to Hit
XKW SPRING SKIIIT8--In utmost imlitii
Iteil iissfirtnipiit. of slvlc ami material.
at rr..i. tx.'M. $i.. m sn
IliiU up tn
2-98NKW KVKNlNO ANU tre:et oownh.
Q3 ,''"'t ari'lveil from I'nrls. london ami
MitIiii, Hie very newest stylo creutiutis.
KlfKmii in inulrilal, I'olorhiKs anil ilvwlfni,
at $:5.i'. tfA-, $.'rt.w. $".. ami fH.0w.
New Spring Waists.
T.1iim-'Ii-m. Mcssaliiiss. t'riie If Citings
I I surtnient in lli' city to si-led from
prices K.W, a.!8. o.W Ui to
SE10 Ol'H 1 IOM K-MAUK WnAPI'KltS-in Hle very full
Kiiurantccil not to rli at 11. rm, $1 .70. liio and ...
Jiip Silks. I'tr., the most compltr as-
ritOM 8 TILL i A. M
Woiuen's $2.'" unilerskins
FROM 8::W TILL H:ao A. M.
Fluriiii'liMte iliessitis; sacqtics
t rilDM 9::30 TILL lo :i
8QC ' V,,""'n 8 wrappers-
rm.i in.i. i" a.
! Il.on atfcn waists
Great February Grocery Opening Sale.
Our Immense Purchases Enables
Us to Save Our Customers Money
. . ,M
1 pkg. Kenneit'A l.'npltol Wlwat )!.
I pksr. B.niK'lt s t'Bpitnl Oats nv
1 tkg. Renrjett f. t'apitnl Pancake. .Mc
1 bottle Hnnln.ts Pnpitol Kxtraets
2 rans Maine lorn 23e
. cans ijenesse Tomatoes .
1 , c ko C&atl le oa p
i i . 1 . .
Oiie lluiKlted. tireeii TradliiR Stamps
Ten-pound sack splendid Yel- 4ir,
low Corn Men! IOW
Ami ten green tradinsr stamiis.
Red Cloud full cream Cheese, If-,
pound J L.
And ten creen trading stamps
Km vies, After Wnner Cheese, 241-C
And ten srreen trading; stamps.
Medium Hour Tickles,
quart 1 vl to
And leu Kreen trading stHinps.
Chow Chow I'lckles 1 C.
And ten areen tntdlnK stamps.
wholesales up to 67Vc
yd.. Including all silk
Tussah Pongee, at, yd..
New spring silk that
Bailey Co. wholesaled
up to 5oc a yard,
at, yard . . .
Scores of Amazing Bargains
IN THE GREAT
Portiere Couch Cover Sale
Will Be Found at Brandeis
HIGH CLASS TAPESTRY CURTAINS and COUCH
COVERS AT BARGAINS THAT ALMOST PASS
BELIEF. :: FULL PARTICULARS LATER.
Corn, 1Mb. can fie
Anderson's Tomato Hon p. can 7e
Rrenltfast Corns, ran Hie
oil Sardines, can 3c
(Jrape-Mlts, package lljc
ll udouarters for the Hest
f'needa Uisetllts, three pkas
Aii,1 ln o,..,.,.. h4i..
Dl'imond S Peaches. fVais, ciieirie
Strnwherrl.'S, Pineapples. im n. .
And twenty axeen trndlna stamps.
I'.eriliclfK Harirain Hium t., l.,.r. :
uni'iiiniiTi -;( nrn, plllnn
.Mm i-o jsreen iraciniK Ktamps.
SIX Sc sticks Wit-'Kle Stick
And ten sri-en trndlna; stamps.
TMRKK sticks P'c KBle Silck
And ten rt-ecn tnnlini. eiq
XKW FLOWKU HlililiH- i'low ers and
Vegetaldes, pkg; -jr
Cnlirornia Sultana Raisins, pound.. I.h;
And ten gcreen trading; stamps.
Three. pound can Camp Kire linked
I'ork and Heans 15,.
And twenty Rreen trading; stamps.
Plantation Molasses, assorted
5c package Chneohite,
SPKC'IALS KOR Tlll'RSPAT ONLY.
HIUIIKST yt'ALITY AND KRKSHKST
21-lbs. jiure -.ine granulated simar $1.00
IS-lli. sacks best highest patent Minnesota
10-Hi. sacks best granulated cornmeal. .. .lfto
7-lbs. best hand-picked navy beans
10 bars hest brand laundry soap 2fic
5-11. palls pure fruit jelly 15c
011 sardines, per can 3e
2-ln. can fancy sweet sugar corn 5c
1-lb. pkg. condnsed mincemeat .. ...V-
l-ll. cans assorted soups ..5c
Z cakes Imported c.aFtlle soap ue
Hromanjgeliii, Jellycon or Jello. pkg-.T'je
Xcello or Fruen's wheat flakes, pkg "Hk-
2-lb. pkg. self-rising pancake flour 7':'
FRI.1T, FRI'lT, FRCIT
A not her car of Fancy Highland Navel
ranges. This Is our extra lancy car
There is nothing like the Highland
vels. They are the sweetest, juclest
richest flavored orar.ge that grows.
Tomorrow we will commence on this
car tier dor.en
Retailed everywhere for 25c and
New lionev, jier rack
Fancy Fall dales, 11 -
Fancy Hnllow'en dates, lb
l-lbs. shelled popcorn
Fancy Crown Imported (ls, lb ....
Fancy California liK, pkv
. . . St
It Is Not True
that .March is not a wedding month. There will lie
many weddings In March this yeur. Yon will doubtless
be Invited In some. We have so manv handsome nieces
for a bride, then our prices are so moderate too. Sterling
Silver. Cut (Has, Clocks and Novelties. Spend a few
tnlnutes in our store. Look lor the name,
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1619 DOUGLAS ST.
FOR YOU CRITICAL INSPECTION
ICOLL'S hnndsomo array of Spring
and Summer Woolons represents
tho best thoughts of the Foreign and
Domestic cloth makers. Over 1,000
styles on dinylny.
Trousers, $5 to $12-Suits, $20 to $50
TO APRIL T. 1IHHI.
SHORT LINE FAST TRAINS NO DCLAVS
lit sure yoiir ticket rend over thin line.
City Ticket Office, 1324 Far nam St.
Phone Dooslaa R.1I.
beef and bacon waa made Wednesday,
under tha direction of Chief Purchasing
Commissary Captain T. B. Hacker, from
the Armour and Cudahy packing eatabliah
menta to San Franclaco for trana-ahlpment
to Manila, Philippine Islands, for use of
the I'nlted States army.
Chtunberlala's Cuigi meaaetf
b Katart's ria.
Tha moat sueceaaful meoictuea are those
what aid nature. Cl'.nmberlain's Cough Kern
ed y acta on this plan. Take U when you
have a cold and it will allay the cough, re
lieve the lunge, aid expectoration, cpen the
secretions and aid nature in reatorlng tLe
system to a healthy condition. It Is famous
for Its cures over a large part of tha civil
Ued world. Thouaanda have testified to its
superior excellence. It counteracts any
tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia.
I nliirit Is Baaat Over.
J. H. Iifvere. ulius Fd Parker, barber at
Twenty-lourto atrt-et and Wlllta avenue,
was Imund over frmn the police court to
the district court Wednesday morning on
the charge of hsvlng .. hem hd 11-year-old
Mina Kyiler. who Is now In the custody of
the detention home authorities, isevers
denied his guilt to tha nnii... ... .....
the evidence ffered against him by the
Juvenile court authorities was auch aa to
ii.iii lit pura juage holding Lever
for a trial before a Jury. ,
Fatal Uas Eiplosloa.
HIRMIN'OHAM Ata 1.-..K -m r
gera arriving hero today from points near
lh. finer iti I n... u h rm. - i .
- - - i . " ' " " CAUIIMKia
occurred late yesterday afternoon, report
mm iwrnr iniiirrB Kit, aeaa, seven fatally
nun .mi nan m. ujxen otnera oadly injured.
MiHoatla Sherlat Shot.
MlI.WAl'KEa Wla., Feb. 28-An Even
ing Wisconsin special from Has, ley, Wla.,
hays that Deputy Bliertff Sealy was shot
and killed today while he and a posse were
cliuslug a burglar.
ESS, WlalSLOW'S '
Sf taea ssad to KUMoaa of at eta
su pv. vuim
lMasM7 IW dlskl
l xHm mm ofciid, s)Mt i
ftU mirm wtmtt mAU tA
" - lwfllAn4.Bk
twjutTji&iim cmitw A semi,
Mailmen, Patrolmen and Watchmen
will find this the most comfortable
walking shoe ever sold in Omaha.
Nothing Use It ever Been here before.
Itl V. nKla ojaIa tttrie hot-
I juiiiJ .ail, ,
toms. low flat heel, plain box toe-
regular b.w value, tor
Tl' ihn. m-111 Illease VOU
and we guarantee ever pair to be
Come In and see It.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street.
WILLIAM JERREMS' SONS.
20U-211 Bo. lftth Street.
" The moat severe head
achea will yield in a lew
ml antes to bromo-L
AAka.Ja am A I'lnininai
ryvsiiskUis sw w '
om dox loosy aiB your arngviM i
th Ornffj Colri1 Bo
LUJ CONTAINS NO QUININE sf w.
yOS Hihat Award at
Lincoln, I 93. Highest
Award and Gold Medal at
and Gold Medal at Lewia and
Clark Centennial Eipoait on,
Tortland, Ore. , 1 90 ? . Tail,
when in competition with the
renowned berri of the world,
and when judged by the nvt
critical etpertt. Order a cats
fur your home. As.
(5rt3) tactc DENTAL
L X lAT-Lg ROOMS.
MSj). 1517 Dowlas St.
g -gjgrz MOTHER USED TOVVcVg:
I OU SUCH MINCE
" IN 2-PIE IPC PACKAGESMeimm-SwKoRUM.RYj
Every Tuesday during March and April to
points in North Dakota, Minnesota, Manitoba
and Canadian Northwest, also
to same destinations first and third Tuesdays
in March and April, via
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Fast trains leave Omaha Union Station at 8
a: ni. and 8 :30 p. jn., via St. Paul.
Btws and information at 1102 Farnam St
District Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
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